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The Learning Brain

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Transcript of The Learning Brain

The Learning Brain
emotion

The generation
effect . . .

Create GAPS in your learning,
don't cram.
SPACING
Mix it up,
JUMP between concepts
and examples.
INTERLEAVING

Guessing wrong +
correct feedback =
HYPERCORRECTION
GUESSING
PLASTICITY
neuron
= growth & pruning
synapse
dendrite
axon
b. decision-making, planning, problem solving, attention
a. touch, pressure, pain,
c. visual processing from eyes
d. auditory processing, memory
NOVELTY
practice to grow
relationships
and patterns
multiple sensory
pathways
cognitive load
vs. automacity
Automacity and expertize: 10,000 hours
YES YOU CAN!
spacing
interleaving
guessing
testing
self explaining

TESTING

Test yourself:
generate questions,
give or guess answers,
get feedback.
+ - x + - x
SELF EXPLAINING
Why is it (not) done this way?
What does it mean?
What information does this add to what I already know?
METACOGNITON
Knowledge and beliefs about cognition and understanding
Regulation and control of cognition and thinking--using
strategies
entity vs. incremental
performance vs. mastery

How smart are you, anyway?
MINDSET

"The most significant gains in
student achievement result when
students are taught the use of metacognitive strategies in explicit
ways"

(Haidar & Al Naqabi, 2008;
Kistner et. al. 2010)
Making connections
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